Residence Inn Salt Lake City Cottonwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... fun hanging out with other kiwis and taking the **** together about America, NZ and everything in general (eg Heidi and the kids).
23rd October - Today was a slightly slower day. Heidi and I went and drove the Alpine Trail. It was very pretty and the Autumn leaves gave it an extra edge on the sexy ...
Salt Lake City was such a fun experience that we had to come back for some more fun! Gas cost $46.74 in getting there. We began our day by going to Utah's Hogle Zoo. I had an awesome time feeding the flamingos while Buddy made funny faces to make the monkey's angry. For lunch, we bought turkey sandwiches, chips, and ice cream at the zoo for $8.24. After spending the entire day at the zoo, the next day we had another relaxing visiting the Wasatch Brewery and tasting free samples.
... it was hot! We stopped to make lunch at a lovely marina on Bear Lake, then for coffee and restrooms in Logan, a university town where I bought a Jo Nesbo book, The Devil's Star. I haven't been reading on my tablet at all but think it will e nice to have a proper book, even for the flight home. The drive was lovely with lots of yellow and red foliage, flat farmland, mountains, and even Paris, population 387. In Salt Lake City we were all very excited to be staying in ...
... for fun and frolicking. We started by going to Lone Star Taqueria. We had just eaten but this did not stop Ted from checking out the fish tacos. Again this was once on triple D and was great. Sitting out on their patio made for a wonderful lunch. We then headed to check out Kaiti and Richard's new home in Sugarhouse near Westminister College. What a cute little home with a huge yard in a definitely transforming neighborhood. They have not quite moved in ...
... destination for sure! Missed Canyonlands and Arches National Parks, but maybe next time.
On 191 and 6 routes the scary roads after dark were intense, didn't plan on driving that late...We didn't get into Salt Lake until after midnight, 2am ish. It was a late night, but we made solid timing after a fun filled and exciting day!